Adolescent Literacy Overview

 

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  1. Adolescent Literacy: Research to Practice to Quality Indicators
  2. Alarming Facts
  3. Teaching Reading is Urgent
  4. Good and Poor Readers
  5. Adolescent Literacy:The Domain
  6. Adolescent Literacy: The Questions
  7. Assuming a focus on academic literacy
  8. Reading K-3 vs. 4-12
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  10. Reading K-3 vs. 4-12
  11. Correct Words per Minute on Grade Level Text
  12. Reading K-3 vs. 4-12
  13. Why Oral Language Experience is not Enough
  14. Reading K-3 vs. 4-12 Reading 4-12
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  17. Adolescent Literacy: The Questions
  18. Each year skills and knowledge required to meet standards increases
  19. Building Blocks for Academic Competency
  20. NAEP 4th grade level
  21. NAEP Grade 12
  22. Percent of students at grade level or above from grades 3 through 10 in 2005
  23. Efforts to improve adolescent literacy should focus on three goals
  24. Instructional challenge #1- Who
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  26. Instructional challenge #1- How
  27. 5 Recommendations
  28. What? Explicit Strategy Instruction Teaching and Learning Strategies
  29. Findings from Research
  30. Gradual Release of Responsibility from teacher to student...
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  32. Strategies to Enhance Comprehension
  33. Metacognition
  34. Metacognitive Knowledge
  35. Strategies to Activate & Integrate Knowledge
  36. Before Reading
  37. Double Entry Journal
  38. Double Entry Journal - Pre Reading
  39. Participant Writing Page
  40. Directed Inquiry Activity (DIA)
  41. Directed Inquiry Activity (DIA)
  42. Text Structure
  43. EFFECTS OF TEXT STRUCTURE KNOWLEDGE
  44. DESCRIPTION Provide information about the specific attributes of a topic (e.g., setting)
  45. SEQUENCE Organizing of text grouping ideas on the basis of time or order.
  46. CAUSATION Causation text structure presents cause-and-effect relationships between ideas or concepts. Usually causes come before effects. Be sure to look for causes when effects begin to appear.
  47. PROBLEM-SOLUTION Ideas are presented in two sections: a problem section and a solution section. Sometimes may be in a question-answer form. May also include an evaluation or consequences of solutions.
  48. COMPARISON/CONTRAST Ideas in this format are related in terms of their difference and similarities. Different points of view may be expressed about the same issue.
  49. During Reading Strategies Knowledge Organizers
  50. During Reading - Narrative & Expository How?
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  52. A Reader's Marks
  53. Note taking
  54. A Noise in the Night Visualization - 2-column notes
  55. A Noise in the Night Inferencing - 2-column notes
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  60. Notetaking
  61. Notetaking
  62. Graphic Organizers
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  66. Summarization
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  69. Instructional challenge #1- How
  70. Inquiry Questions
  71. Bloom's Taxonomy (1956)
  72. 6 Levels of Questions: Section 2 "Sail on to the Nucleus"
  73. What? Discussion Techniques
  74. Questioning the Author
  75. Questioning the Author
  76. Questions vs. Queries
  77. Questioning/ Discussion How?
  78. Questioning/ Discussion How?
  79. Questioning/ Discussion How?
  80. Instructional challenge #1- How
  81. Some examples of strategies to increase engagement and motivation
  82. From John Guthrie
  83. Instructional challenge #1- How
  84. The Content Literacy Continuum
  85. Key Ideas Related to Content Literacy
  86. A Continuum of Literacy Instruction
  87. What does the core content curriculum have to do with adolescent literacy?
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  89. Level 1: Ensure mastery of critical content
  90. Content Enhancement Routines (Creating "learner-friendly" classrooms)
  91. Content Enhancement Teaching Routines
  92. Biology Example
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  98. Social Studies Example
  99. CONCEPT DIAGRAM
  100. The Frame Routine
  101. A Continuum of Literacy Instruction
  102. Level 2: Weave shared strategies across classes
  103. Learning Strategies
  104. Learning Strategies Curriculum
  105. Paraphrasing
  106. Self-Questioning Strategy
  107. Challenge
  108. Instructional challenge #2
  109. The consequences of early and continuing reading difficulties
  110. Primary Characteristics of Struggling Readers in Middle and High School
  111. Instructional Enhancements required in middle and high school
  112. A Traditional Approach to Tutoring
  113. A Strategic Tutoring Approach
  114. A Continuum of Literacy Instruction
  115. Level 3: Explicit Strategy Instruction
  116. Level 3: Explicit Strategy Instruction
  117. Example of an Acquisition Strategy
  118. Acquisition & Generalization Procedures
  119. A Continuum of Literacy Instruction
  120. Level 4: Provide more intensive intervention for those who need work on basic literacy elements
  121. A Continuum of Literacy Instruction
  122. Level 5: An intensive clinical option for those who need it
  123. Improving reading skills in middle and high school
  124. Improving reading skills in middle and high school
  125. Instructional Enhancements required in middle and high school
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  128. AFTER READING Double Entry Journal
  129. References
  130. References
  131. References

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